"I realized I had gotten into a habit of not making eye contact, because the only thing I had done for two years is play someone who is blind" - Charlie Cox
Here’s a scene from Manhattan Theatre Clubs, The Snow Geese, courtesy of the New York Times. Starring Mary-Louise Parker and Danny Burstein, the play is written by Sharr White and Directed by Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan. The play has gotten mixed reviews (though the Times gave it a horrible review) but anything with Parker and Burnstein I think would be well worth seeing. Here’s a synopsis of the show: With World War I raging abroad, newly widowed Elizabeth Gaesling (Parker) gathers her family for their annual shooting party to mark the opening of hunting season in rural, upstate New ... Read more
Despite a recent interview where she claimed she would be quitting acting, Mary-Louise Parker insists she’s not going anywhere. “That was born out of a conversation where I was asked if I had long-term goals, and it became like I was embittered,” she said in an interview with New York Magazine. “I wasn’t in danger of quitting. People were suddenly so concerned, and I got all this mail, long emails. Which was really lovely, but then I also felt embarrassed.” In fact, the actress is currently starring in the Broadway play, The Snow Geese. Parker said she courted Manhattan Theatre ... Read more
Theater directors: in case of emergency... call Bill Pullman.
Both The Columnist and Gore Vidal's The Best Man have announced that their Broadway runs will be extended. And, Second Stage's production of Lonely, I'm Not has just announced they will as well.
Manhattan Theatre Club’s new Broadway production of Terrence McNally’s Master Class, directed by Stephen Wadsworth, opens tonight at MTC’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (261 West 47th Street).